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icjw's anti-trafficking campaign

In May 2014, ICJW launched a campaign in conjunction with Stop the Traffik to combat the modern human slave trade.

The following resolution was passed on this topic:

The ICJW meeting at it 22nd Convention in Prague, May 7, 2014:

1. Deplores that all forms of human trafficking are on the increase globally;
2. Recognizes that the sale of human beings for commercial sexual exploitation, forced labour, forced marriage, and the removal of organs for sale all amount to contemporary forms of slavery;

ICJW calls on all Governments and International Organisations to work collaboratively to adopt a position of “zero tolerance” by:
1. Enacting laws for the prevention of all forms of contemporary slavery and trafficking;
2. Protecting the victims;
3. Prosecuting the perpetrators.

For more information about how you can get involved with the ICJW Anti-Trafficking campaign, click here.